- File Size: 2095 KB
- Print Length: 106 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Clarendon 3 Publishing (May 18, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0716L5YHL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #773,864 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Always You: Romantic, standalone prequel to Falling for Mr Wrong Kindle Edition
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Bea Morgan-Young was a wild child always trying to outrun the past she didn't want to remember, and in doing so, she pushed away a lot of people that cared about her .. her parents, her brother and the one that got away!
Nigel "Ash" Ashworth had his heartbroken by Bea one too many times and he finally cut the strings and moved on with his life ... far away from temptation. When Bea shows up to visit him, he's shocked with the changes he sees in her, but he's more than leery about trusting it. She's burned him before after claiming she was different ... how can he trust she won't do it again?
First off it starts out in the wrong place. From the backstory we get there's really no reason for the two leads to have a history. We're told they do, but based on how they treat each other I don't buy it.
Second the characters themselves are unlikable. Bea is a flake and Ash is controlling. Not a good combo. It was Ash's controlling nature that really got to me. Demanding his ex who he's reconnected with to give up her life in London, her support system, her family, and her job to follow him and support him in Israel just about had me DNF this. But I was 80% in and yeah... Bea then called her mentor/counselor and that person told her to follow him, that Ash was a great guy. Um... No... Life tip, anyone who demands you isolate yourself from all of your support systems, especially one that helped you become clean and sober is not someone you want to spend your life with. That person is selfish, controlling, and manipulative.
That's not all of the problematic things in this. There's slut-shaming, body shaming, on top of the controlling Christian Grey wannabe. The lone sex scene was boring and the author forgot to put on the condom that was later removed which broke the 4th wall for me.
I won't be reading more from this author and I recommend you give this story a pass. The only reason this gets more than one star is because there were no egregious editing errors and the author seems to know a lot about Israel. And honestly I was on the fence with this. In the end I decided to be kind, but I can't recommend this to anyone.
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